Dover – Dickens 2

Just one block back from the seafront at Dover, in Camden Crescent, is a blue plaque to commemorate where the Dickens family stayed on holiday in 1852. The actual building was destroyed during World War II.

The plaque is part of the Dover Society Millennium Historic Plaque Trail and you can pick up a brochure for the trail at the visitor information office in the town centre.

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